The Writer gave our very own all-faculty compilation, Alchemy of the Word, a nice shout-out. Congrats to all, especially the editors: Aimee, Kenny, and Nicky
Emma Arlington, Stephen Dunn and Sassafras Lowery (three MFAW-VT students were on Goddard radio (WGDR) during our VT residency.
You asked for them: Those moving, inspiring, thought-provoking keynote and graduation lectures that you couldn’t stop thinking about. At the residencies for the Goddard MFA in Creative Writing program, “Can I get a copy of that?” is an even more
By Patricia Connelly The Whole is Greater Than the Sum of its Parts–A Two-Part Blog At one of our group advising meetings during the June residency in Vermont, Deborah Brevoort suggested we all read one or two of the same
by Christine Kalafus Last spring I received an unexpected email from the outgoing Editor-in-Chief of The Pitkin Review. It read: “I wanted to ask if you’d be interested in filling the position of Editor-in-Chief next semester.” I nearly
Yes, you can come back! We have a new Post Graduate Semester (PGS) option for MFAW alums who want professional feedback in a community atmosphere as they revise, complete, and polish a writing project. Or begin a new project. After years of
Next year Goddard College will offer a new MFA scholarship in partnership with PEN Center USA. The recipient of this $10,000 award will be selected from applicants who have previously been PEN USA Emerging Voices fellows. The scholarship is intended
Coming Soon: The Pitkin Review – Spring 2015 Edition Editor’s Note: Sex, death, war, and the unknown. Not only do writers write in the dark most of the time, we write about the dark: the shadows within and the night
Calling all Goddard College Faculty and Alums who will be attending AWP this year! As members of this elite squad, you are invited to our reception, to be held at the Conference. This is a great way to catch up with
An Interview by Beatrix Gates Vermont Graphic Novel faculty Rachel Pollack and Susan Kim attended the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art (MoCCA) Fest with MFA Graphic Novel grads Anne Bean and Ryan Wynns, ’13, see pix below.
The teaching practicum is one of the cornerstones of Goddard’s MFA. Students graduate from Goddard having developed and conducted a writing workshop in their communities. As she gets ready for her own practicum, current student Catherine Aarts is reading Wallace
Goddard Port Townsend faculty member Aimee Liu will be at AWP with Acting Program Director Elena Georgiou in Minneapolis, April 8-11. Come say hello at Goddard’s Booth — #720. Aimee will also be reading at AROHO’s Night of “Glittering, Vocal Expansiveness”
The Port Townsend residency, happening now, is excited to be welcoming two of our Vermont alumni, Mary Johnson and Cara Hoffman, who will be reading and doing workshops Monday through Thursday next week. The readings are open to the public,
Novelist and documentary filmmaker Laleh Khadivi is joining the faculty in Port Townsend this semester. Introducing herself in her own words, Laleh writes: “I came to literature through film. My documentary work has focused on the criminal justice system and
[su_carousel source=”media: 388,387,386″ height=”300″ autoplay=”1000″] New students on campus today for the winter residency. Snow on the ground; mini writing retreats on the new schedule; plus the return of Rebecca Brown, John McManus, and Jane Wohl. Looking forward to meeting